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Office of the Bursar and Cashiering Menu
MSU Denver accepts the following forms of payment for tuition and fees charges. Funds must be received by the Office of Cashiering prior to posted due dates to avoid service charges. Funds may not exceed the total amount of tuition and fees charges for the given semester. Payments received for more than the total amount of charges may be refused.
**Scholarship checks should NOT be sent to the Office of the Cashier. Please see Office of Financial Aid External and Private Scholarship.
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Office of Cashiering
PO Box 173362
Campus Box 3
Denver, CO 80217
Office of Cashiering
890 Auraria Parkway
Student Success Building, Room 140
Denver, CO 80204
The Internal Revenue Service requires MSU Denver to report cash receipts totaling $10,000 or more in a 12-month period for any one individual. If a student pays with cash for tuition, fees, or other university charges, the Office of Cashiering may require additional information from the student to file the IRS Form 8300. Please present a physical, government-issued photo identification document (ID). This can include a passport or state-issued driver’s license.
MSU Denver is now offering convenient payment plans to students, allowing you to pay in manageable monthly installments. You can use a plan to pay all or part of your tuition, avoiding the high interest rates that normally come with a traditional loan – with one low $35.00 fee at enrollment.*
Payment plans offer:
MSU Denver plays a major role in educating Denver’s workforce. As a business-friendly university, MSU Denver offers a convenient way for businesses and public sector organizations to subsidize the cost of attendance.
To participate in this program:
Third-party Sponsor Authorization Forms must be turned into the Office of the Bursar by the Payment Deadline. Sponsored students are responsible for all service charges incurred due to the late submission of required documents. Sponsored students are also responsible for all charges not covered by their sponsorship as well as any payments refused, or deemed uncollectible, by their sponsor. Third-party sponsors will not be billed for tuition and fees until after the last date to add/drop classes. If you have financial aid, your award will be applied to your tuition and fees first and refunds from third-party sponsors will not be issued until after payment has been received.